Even Tommy Lee seems a little surprised that he posted that nude photo on social media
Tommy Lee is somewhat of an expert on explaining his NSFW exploits.
This time, the Mötley Crüe rocker revealed why he posted a very explicit, full-frontal nude photo on Instagram earlier this month, which sparked a debate about double standards.
“A couple of weeks ago, we had like a two-week break off the tour, and I went on a motherf— bender,”
he told attendees at the band’s concert in San Antonio on Sunday. “I got f— sideways as f— and got naked and posted pictures of my d— .
Mötley Crüe rocker Tommy Lee’s naked body was back in the news Thursday after he posted a nude photo on Instagram that remained on the site for hours.
On Aug. 11, Lee, 59, posted a nude photo on Instagram and Facebook, which he captioned with “Ooooopppsss.” The photo, which has since been removed but is still easily found on Twitter, launched a broader conversation about censorship on social media.
According to Newsweek, Lee’s graphic photo was up for about four hours, whereas other photos that violate guidelines are relatively quick to be removed.
At Sunday night’s show, according to footage Lee posted on Twitter, he promoted “equal opportunity” by encouraging males in the audience to “pull your f— junk out.”